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FOX News
Nov 29, 2012 10:00am PST
clear, i think at least, that the democrats want to go off the fiscal cliff. you can see it in the fact that president obama's out there campaigning instead of sitting down with john boehner, running around pushing for a bill to increase -- extend just the middle class tax cuts which he knows republicans will never do. you can see it in the fact that 33 senate democrats signed this letter which says, quote, we will oppose including social security cuts for current or future pen fisheries in any -- beneficiaries at any time. that's signed by harry reid. senator durbin giving a speech saying no touching medicare or medicaid in any year end package. so, basically, the democratic position is no changes to social security, no changes to medicare, no changes to medicaid, yet the mainstream media all you hear is three words: grover, grover, grover. all you hear is about republican intransigence on taxes. where are the stories about democratic intransigence on entitlements? it seems to me that what they want to do is go off the fiscal cliff, pocket the increase on the wealthy, the tax incr
FOX News
Nov 28, 2012 10:00am PST
. satisfaion guaranteed or your money back. megyn: fox news alert new fallout from the fiscal cliff talks. the white house facing tough questions about what's really on the table when it comes to a big deal with republicans. i'm megyn kelly. we detailed the report last hour from an influential political blogger how some union reps and progressive groups held a private meeting with white house senior officials yesterday. these groups were told not to worry about entitlement reforms or big budget cuts as part of this deal. ed henry asked the white house, are federal spending cuts part of this package or not? >> when asked about pressuring democrats you said he vowed to do that in the future. >> he has done it in the past and he will do it in the future. he committed every time he talks about this to a balanced approach that includes -- revenues, spending cuts and savings through entitlement reforms. megyn: ed henry joins us now fresh from the exchange with mr. carney. what happened there? >> reporter: it's a big story that's developing. all along there has been an assumption on both sides t
FOX News
Nov 27, 2012 10:00am PST
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FOX News
Nov 26, 2012 10:00am PST
going to come down to the wire. but there will and resolution to the fiscal cliff. will let me tell you why. the president is not going on reelection. so he has the opportunity to bring both parties together to show resolution that we can come together to do what's best for the economy. the negatives farout wha negatie compromise. you will have the unemployment go up. the payroll -- megyn: if you think it's just the rich you are wrong. the unemployment benefits. >> what's scary is there is only one solution to supporting this enormous government the what it is and continuing down this road. it's a value added tax. that is the tax on everything along the way. every time you add value you get taxed. you do anything on you see it. if it were 10% fit would raise $750 billion in a year. but the argument against that, instead of starving the beast and bringing costs in line this creates a whole new revenue stream, a monster in government that would just get larger and large and crowd out private spending and innovation. when apple makes the decision to make an investment and invent the ip
FOX News
Nov 21, 2012 10:00am PST
the economic realm. drought fueled by uncertainty over the approaching fiscal cliff and tax increases. the jobs report shows the number of people filing for an employment fell to 410,000. the labor department says those numbers are still skewed because of superstorm sandy. the four-week average was a less volatile measure rose to 10,000. and hostess heads to bankruptcy court unable to reach an agreement with the bakers union. last week the company closed its plans after 42 years. some 18,000 plus people will likely lose their jobs. word of the impending liquidation caused a run on hostess products. another union action that could affect you is planned black friday protests. wal-mart filed a complaint with the national relations boards and picketers are mostly union representatives who are trying to force changes in pressure workers and get unionization where they have failed thus far. the liberal group has sent out hundreds of e-mails encouraging people who have nothing to do with wal-mart stage a protest outside the stores. you know, stores across the country. but the labor
FOX News
Nov 23, 2012 10:00am PST
much, rick, appreciate it. >> reporter: sure. rick: the country nearing the fiscal cliff, but our lawmakers near striking a deal. president obama meeting with congressional leaders this past week, we'll take a look at where the negotiations are and where they might be going. heather: and the american cancer society recommended annual mammograms for most women, so why does a new study say that's not necessarily a good idea? rick: also a holiday miracle. one family receives the gift of life after getting some devastating news. we'll tell you about it. >> baby did it again, and as quickly as we could possibly, you know -- i almost thought i was throwing the baby at the nurses, like quick! and the team just responded immediately. [ male announcer ] with over 50 delicious choices of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... ♪ and feel like a green giant. ♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant rick: new developments in the fight to keep the u.s. postal service afloat. the cash-strapped agency noun -- announcing a plan that it hopes will help its bottom line. its package business h
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